Tencent Holdings, the China-based company behind games like PUBG Mobile has announced a new policy to protect minors who play its games. According to a report by the South China Morning Post, the developer will take these steps regardless of its potential impact on revenue. “We take absolutely no account of game revenue in the protection of minors,” Ma Xiaoyi, Senior Vice-President of Tencent, said in an interview with Chinese media on Tuesday. Ma further added that minors only make up a small part of the total number of people playing Tencent’s games. The report also noted that the announcement comes amid a broad crackdown by the Chinese Government on the health effects prolonged gaming has on children.
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